eden: a base, pedestalOriginal Word: אָ֫דֶןPart of Speech:
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from the same as adonDefinition
a base, pedestalNASB Translation
bases (1), pedestals (1), socket (1), sockets (52).
]57 noun masculineExodus 26:19
base, pedestal — אָ֑דֶן Exodus 38:7
; plural אֲדָנִים Exodus 26:19
+; construct אַדְנֵי Songs 5:15
1 pedestals of fine gold, on which pillars of marble were set Songs 5:15.
2 pedestals of the earth on which its pillars were placed Job 38:6 ("" corner-stone).
3 (metal) pedestals, bases, or sockets in which tenons of planks & pillars of tabernacle were set up; two for each plank & one for each pillar Exodus 26:19 (3 t. in verse) + 52 t. in Exodus 26, 27, 35-40 Numbers 3, 4 (all P); compare ᵐ5 Sm Co for אָרְכּוֺ Ezekiel 41:22, of altar.
From the same as 'adown (in the sense of strength); a basis (of a building, a column, etc.) -- foundation, socket.
see HEBREW 'adown